Dog Beach Mudflat

La Jolla, California

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The muddy delta at the mouth of the San Diego River is home to an endangered California least tern nesting area and countless other waterbirds. This popular destination is one of the best places to frolic with your favorite dog. Youll also find anglers, crabbers, and beachcombers. The trails are worn footpaths that change with the water levels and sandy beaches that appear and disappear with the tide.

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"The muddy delta at the mouth of the San Diego River is home to an endangered California least tern nesting area and countless other waterbirds. This popular destination is one of the best places to frolic with your favorite dog. Youll also find anglers, crabbers, and beachcombers. The trails are worn footpaths that change with the water levels and sandy beaches that appear and disappear with the tide."

Activity Type: Fishing, Hiking
Nearby City: La Jolla
Distance: 1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Access: Easy
Duration: 1hour
Season & Limits: Summer, when least terns are breeding
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Ocean Beach Athletic Area Robb Field
Local Maps: USGS La Jolla OEW
Driving Directions: Directions to Dog Beach Mudflat

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May 2018